I like both Salman Khan & Kareena Kapoor a lot, that's the major reason "Bodyguard" was mostly enjoyable (which I saw on DVD).
He plays the character 'Lovely Singh' - a dedicated Bodyguard, with great strength & fighting skills, who owes his life to a rich/respected man named 'Sartaj Rana'. She plays the character 'Divya Rana' - the Daughter of 'Sartaj', she attends college and doesn't want a bodyguard but unknown to her she is a target.
The information I've seen indicates this movie did well in India (mostly based on the Star power of these 2 main actors and good songs - the background theme music is very good).
The first 2/3 of the movie is silly humor, but the 3 songs/dances in that first part are good (contemporary in look/sound) and seem primarily for Salman Khan (the first song includes a 1:25 short cameo by Katrina Kaif). The several fight scenes are well done even though over-the-top as usual (almost as impressive as 'Dabangg'). The large side-kick guy character didn't click with me, just seemed a little obnoxious.
In the last 3rd of the movie, the story/characters get better. The remaining music video "Teri Meri" was really good/powerful, and has a better balance of Kareena Kapoor and Salman Khan (still can't get this song out of my head, Shreya Ghoshal has a really beautiful/pure voice - her singing is also great in movies like "Vivah"). The final fight scene is long, skillfully edited with good visual/audio effects, and brutal (but unique enough & well done).
The movie's ending (last 10 minutes) can seem a little odd or hard to believe, with the time sequence jumping around, but it worked for me.
Over-all the cinematography has good sharpness, lighting, color, & scenes (although no special/exotic locations). The editing is usually good, especially in the fight scenes. The Dolby Digital 5.1 surround audio is very good, with lots of action in the back speakers.
But the DVD quality has slight noticeable compression, because even though 'Reliance Entertainment' did use anamorphic format they unfortunately squeezed it onto a single layer DVD disc
(only using 4.2 GB file space, being a shorter than typical Bollywood movie at just over 2 hours long, they crammed in Special Features:
"The Making Of 'BODYGUARD' movie", "The Making Of 'I Love You' dance", & "The Making Of 'Desi Beats' dance").
The END CREDITS have some 'out-take' clips shown on the left side of the screen (and some samples of the 'Teri Meri' REMIX fast tempo song version), and the "Making Of" also has a few funny 'out-takes'.
The first movie I saw Salman Khan in was "Marigold (2007)" with Ali Larter, which is a good Hollywood/Bollywood hybrid movie (98% English dialogue, good music/dances & nice story, it got me hooked on Bollywood). I first saw Kareena Kapoor in the movie "Khushi (2003)", which I liked a lot (very good contemporary music/dances & 'college-time' love story).